(GROUP SESSIONS AVAILABLE upon request of individuals or companies)
What is Mindfulness?
Mindfulness is a concept that originally comes from Eastern philosophy, but that is now used by many psychologists as an essential way of dealing with problems. It encompasses the idea of non-judgmental acknowledgement and acceptance of one’s thoughts/feelings, and of bringing awareness and focus to the present moment. The Breath is used as an anchor to stay in this present moment, as a way to train the mind, and as a link between the mind and the body.
I have conducted several mindfulness-based stress reduction groups for a variety of people, including community mental health centers, nursing staff in rehab centers, free medical camps, during disaster relief for Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi and during the earthquake in Haiti, and for youth and adults in my private practice. The feedback I have received for this approach has been overwhelmingly positive. People feel empowered and ready to take on challenges from a place of calmness, courage, and resolve.
Groups sessions available to interested groups of individuals or companies! Come and experience a 4-week group of hour and half long sessions of fun, interactive, and relaxing way to cope with the stressors of daily living! You will learn to tune into your thoughts, emotions, and body by simple, yet profound Mindfulness methods that you can utilize immediately in your daily life. You can impact and reduce your stress levels just by making small, but meaningful changes in your perspective and by practicing easy Mindfulness exercises. If you have a groups of interested friends or if you are planning a wellness event for your company, please enquire about this service! You can contact me at 267-991-0108 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Price: $250 total for 4, 90min sessions
Date and Time could vary depending on participant needs
Location: Newtown, PA or Princeton, NJ Offices (unless at a company venue)
Facilitator: Dr. Jyothsna Bhat
Contact: phone: 267-991-0108 or via email: email@example.com
1. Identifying your stressors and how they manifest physically, emotionally, and mentally
2. Learn to use Mindfulness practices for reducing stress
3. Building more awareness over our thoughts, feelings, and physical being.
Session 1: Introduction to Mindfulness and Identifying How Stress Manifests in Our Body
Session 2: Mindful Thinking: Keeping up with our Speedy Minds
Session 3: Mindful Feeling: Accepting our Feelings
Session 4: Review; Mindfulness Activities